This could explain why so many people with MS also have thyroid problems - if one considers CCSVI to be the explanatory factor.
sumsum wrote:It was only one to two months later that I developed the first "MS symptom", a never constant tingleling feeling of my left side which, after an MRI of the brain and upper part of the spine, led to the diagnosis.
Mentioning a hypothetical link with the thyroid hormones was always declined by my neurologist.
However, if MS is linked to bloodflow problems, that might change the picture since the thyroid hormones also influence blood pressure.
Any thoughts on that?
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